Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Bits'N'Bobs Blog Train Freebie

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Welcome to Digicats terminal! I hope you are enjoying your ride on the Bits'N'Bobs Blog Train. No Wedding Bell Blues around here, in fact, I've got something just a tad bit different for you.

Little Danielle got to be a flower girl for a wedding on Sanibel Island recently, so I though I'd put together a wedding kit showing you how we do things in Florida.

Something Borrowed kicks off with 24 silky 800 x 800 pxl papers in .jpg format. The papers, like everything else in the kit are saved to 300 DPI, but please keep in mind that this is a taggers kit. Yes, silk is hot. Trust me, the wedding party sweats buckets on the beach, you just don't notice that part later on. LOL!

Next up we have 12 lacy frames - six round, six rectangular, and 3 lovely journaling blocks. Add to that are another 76 elements, all saved in .png format so they'll open in any program.

6 wedding bows, 6 curled ribbons, 6 lacy ribbons, 6 satin ribbons, 6 roses, 3 sea shells, 3 roses w/pearls, 2 candles, plus a unity candle, 1 guest book, 1 bouquet, 1 jewel, 1 beaded dragonfly, 1 full tux, 1 wedding dress, beach grass and waves, 1 butterfly, a cake knife, a bottle of champagne (and glasses to enjoy it with), a wedding invitation, place card and envelope set, a flower girl basket, a handkerchief (something old and borrowed), a garter (something blue), a tiara w/Veil (something new), an island, two palm trees and a sandy border to set the scene, a beach side tea house and room divider to hold the festivities in, a lighthouse, a pair of flamingos, a seagull, a cloud, wedding rings (of course!) and a ring pillow, a wedding cake, and a cake topper plus an adorable little Bride and Groom to make the festivities complete. And for you traditionalists, I've even included a church, in case you want to move things off the sand and into the A/C.

It's enough to make you want to get married all over again!

Please remember that by downloading this kit you agree to my terms of use which state, in part that that that you cannot redistribute, rebroadcast, resale, or claim my graphics as your own. That means placing this kit on 4Shared, RapidShare or any other file sharing site for any reason is a strict NO-NO! That constitutes redistribution.

If you know someone who is interested in this kit , please direct them to my blog where they can download their own copy. Free to use is NOT the same thing as free to share. My graphics are copyright protected.

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To download from MediaFire, click HERE.
The password is "I_Do" - no quotes.

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Kessa said...

Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful 'Something Borrowed' kit.

Ellie said...

I love this kit, thanks!
Hugs, Ellie

PattyKay said...

thank you so very much for this cute wedding kit and precious little wedding couple. Beautiful bride and groom it!
I have never been thru a wedding blog train - this is just 2fun.

Unknown said...

Oh my! What a gorgeous kit!

clubiani said...

thank you for sharing this adorable kit! I love the element you used!!!

Unknown said...

Thanks for this great kit. I just love the colors. Hope that you have a great day.

Anonymous said...

Thank You